NetWare Core Protocol


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NetWare Core Protocol

(networking)
(NCP) A Novell trademark for the protocol used to access Novell NetWare file and print service functions. It uses an underlying IPX or IP transport protocol.
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NCP

(1) (Network Control Program) See SNA and network control program.

(2) (NetWare Core Protocol) The file sharing protocol used in a NetWare network. It is the internal NetWare language used to communicate between client and server and provides access to files and the NDS and bindery directory services. See file sharing protocol.

(3) (Not Copy Protected) Software that can be easily copied.
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